C.D. Howe Institute appoints Kim Shannon to National Council

first_img TD getting new head of private wealth, financial planning Veteran fund manger Kim Shannon is joining the national advisory council at the C.D. Howe Institute. Shannon has been appointed to the think tank’s National Council, which provides advice on its research program. Related news The council, which is chaired by former Bank of Canada governor David Dodge, includes a number of financial industry luminaries. Last month, Susan Wolburgh Jenah, former president and CEO at the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), also joined the council. Shannon founded Sionna Investment Managers in 2002 and has more than 30 years of investment management experience. Previously she was former chief investment officer and senior vice president at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers Canada Inc. “Kim’s insights into business and economics, her rich knowledge of global capital markets, and her commitment to good policy will make her a tremendous contributor to the council,” said William Robson, president and CEO of the C.D. Howe Institute. Shannon is currently a member of the CFA Institute Board of Regents, she is a past president of the CFA Society Toronto, and she’s on the board of the Brandes Institute. She’s also on the boards of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, the Canadian Board Diversity Council, the Women’s College Hospital Investment Committee, and United Corp., a closed-end fund. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter PenderFund names new SVP for investmentscenter_img CETFA elects new board leader Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Fund managers,  Appointments James Langton last_img read more

Water Supply Systems for Western St. Mary Communities

first_imgRelatedWater Supply Systems for Western St. Mary Communities RelatedWater Supply Systems for Western St. Mary Communities Advertisements Water Supply Systems for Western St. Mary Communities UncategorizedJune 28, 2008center_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail State Minister with responsibility for Local Government Reform in the Office of the Prime Minister, Robert Montague, has said that work is slated to begin in the next two weeks to have piped water in some areas of Western St. Mary that are now without the resource.Making his contribution to the 2008/09 Sectoral Debate in the House of Representatives on Tuesday (June 24), Mr. Montague said that networks which have not had piped water for 20 years will soon have this basic amenity, as new pipes have been acquired.He informed that replacement of pipelines in the communities of Over River and Wood Park would begin next month, while the tender was closed for water supply contracts for Wellington, Hunts Town, and Top Pen. He said ground is to be broken in a month’s time, adding that water is life.Mr. Montague also advised that the Mason Hall water project, worth $110 million, has been approved and will begin this financial year, with completion expected next year.On another matter, the State Minister pointed out that “four Operation Pride schemes – Eden Park, Boscobel, Huddersfield, and Galina – are being fast tracked, so that poor people can get land to build their homes,” adding that a fifth the Three Hills project will see an additional 200 lots coming on stream soon.In the meantime, Mr. Montague informed that with regards to health care, a new clinic will be built in Jeffery Town to replace the old Gilbert House.“In addition, furnishing has been approved.for the new clinic, which was built in Windsor Castle by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF). The rehabilitation plans for the Retreat and Hunts Town clinics have also been approved,” he told the House. RelatedWater Supply Systems for Western St. Mary Communitieslast_img read more

Torosis talks affordable housing

first_imgHomeNewsCity CouncilTorosis talks affordable housing Oct. 26, 2016 at 1:45 amCity CouncilTorosis talks affordable housingGuest Author5 years agoaffordable housingcity councildaily presselectionhousingrent controlSanta MonicaSanta Monica City Councilsanta monica daily presssanta monica election Meet the Candidates of this years ElectionEveryday this week from Oct. 24 –Oct. 28 the Santa Monica Daily Press will post a video of candidates that came forward to express their ideas regarding Santa Monica. Every candidate has a different question. The video will range from 2-4 minutes. Meet the candidates of this year’s election. Don’t forget voting is Nov.8.Tags :affordable housingcity councildaily presselectionhousingrent controlSanta MonicaSanta Monica City Councilsanta monica daily presssanta monica electionshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentSusan Amnioff talks College PresidentWinterer talks homelessness and fundingYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsCity opens application process to fill McKeown’s vacant council seatClara Harter6 days agoFeaturedNewsDraft Housing Element released to publicBrennon Dixson2 weeks agoFeaturedNewsRent Board announces general adjustment effective SeptemberBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoFeaturedNewsCommissioners talk diversity, or a lack thereofBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoFeaturedNewsSMMUSD breaks down budget revisionsBrennon Dixson3 weeks agoFeaturedNewsCity and Coalition settle legal battleBrennon Dixson3 weeks agolast_img read more